About Konrad

Hello,

My name is Konrad. I’ve been reading fantasy books since my freshmen year of high-school, which was some 10 years ago. I think I even tried writting on my own at some point of time, but finally decided that I do not have the patience for it. Maybe when I have some more free time on my hands, I will try and finish what I started before. Or maybe not.

Aside for the geeky side of me (which is mostly reading fantasy books, watching the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica, and arguing history/economics/politics with anybody willing to take up the argument), I frequent the local taverns and nightclubs in Chicago, or go rollerblading by the Lake Michigan. Professionally, I’m into Web Design and Search Engine Optimization. If you’re interested in that, you may check out my Chicago SEO website at: www.kocisz.com or read through my other blog: SEO and Web Design Guide. – my latest article describes how to become an SEO specialist

Thanks for reading and I hope you’ll enjoy my blog !

-Konrad

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Published on April 2, 2008 at 6:44 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. Where’s George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice? Quick, go read the series and review it!

  2. I read it already, just didn’t get around to writing a review yet 😉

  3. Hey Konrad, really liking your site. I’ve just put out a fantasy book, do you think you could take a look at it? The links below

    http://www.thelightriderjournals.com/


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